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Subject: Poor Stanley!
Bad guys(and hunters alike) should ALWAYS know their target before they shoot! :)
Subject: Ralph Bellamy in "Get Out Of Town"
An almost 60 year old program with Ralph Bellamy. The viewer will need to pay close attention as the plot at times is hard to follow. Worthwhile viewing.
Subject: Get Out of Town (Man Against Crime)
Season 4, episode 8.
Original air date: 19 November 1952.
At gunpoint, Mike is forced to leave town and put on a plane to Mexico.
Cast: Ralph Bellamy (Mike Barnett), Jean Bradley (Le Clerc), Henry Lascoe (Tanzi), Fred Lightner (Stanley) and Abe Simon (Sammy).
There is good filming locations. There is good lines. Problem: Story too complicated for nothing and bad writing.
Subject: Way better than "Jerry Springer"
Hi, I'm Yugi Moto, and I really enjoyed this less-than-perverted TV broadcast.
Explanation: When I wrote that review, I was referring to a large amount of Internet Archive reviewers who act as if "Preversion for Profit" and "Captain Video" were the "greatest" products of their time. I certainly didn't mean to insult genuine historians, or people B-Movie fans (of which I am one myself).
I certainly found 'Perversion for Profit' good for a laugh, but that's a whole other thing. I don't find Captain Video very entertaining though. I don't see how being a "whiny hipster" would have any effect on my opinion.
This show is great, every episode I've seen so far has been entertaining, not to mention the fact that Ralph Bellamy is awesome (though he's looking a little rough around the edges by the time this show was being made).
Subject: Excellent Crime Drama
While most "historians" of IA are crappy with crap like "Perversion for Profit" and "Captain Video", for those who are NOT whiny hipsters, TV shows like this give a good idea of pop culture years ago. Not all shows were this classy, But some were. These days syndicated shows consist of stuff like "Jerry Springer", But in the 50's until the mid-90's there were all sorts of clever shows that were just as good as the "Big Network" stuff.
This show is worth downloading, As although the show was not a huge hit, It is a good example of mid-50's TV.